For over 20 years, Lisa Harris has created innovative online communications for nonprofits, foundations, and smart businesses. In 2013, she founded Projection Digital to help organizations implement engaging, dynamic online presences that are sustainable and authentic. Her goal is to be a trusted advisor navigating the ever-changing landscape of digital communications.
She has deep roots working in the nonprofit and foundation communities in Colorado, North Carolina, and Maryland. She began her career as a women’s rights advocate working on a cross-issue policy platform in the areas of civil rights, aging, economic security, health care, defense of public assistance programs, criminal justice reform, caregiving, and community and domestic violence. In this role, she launched one of the first online advocacy portals in the United States for women’s organizations.
Lisa previously worked in communications at Rose Community Foundation and for many years, she directed the Colorado Health Foundation’s digital communications efforts. Her professional background also includes serving as a senior interactive project manager for NetCorps in Durham, NC and as a development officer at the Maryland Historical Society.
Her web and social media projects have received numerous awards including a national Ragan Digital PR and Social Media Award for her work at the Colorado Health Foundation. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech and a master’s degree from the University of Denver.
View Lisa’s résumé. [pdf]
Lisa’s subject areas of expertise include:
- Social change
- Health and health care
Criminal justice reform
- Community-based organizations and businesses
- Environment and conservation
- Arts organizations and museums
- Data enhancement
- Leadership development